Monitoring of prices, costs & profits to assess the general effect of the carbon tax scheme in Australia

These reports are pursuant to the Treasurer’s Direction under s 95ZE of the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 (CCA) to the ACCC to formally monitor prices, costs and profits in order to assess the general impact of the carbon tax scheme in Australia.

The ACCC is required to report to the Minister on its monitoring activities within 28 days at the end of each quarter of each financial year.

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This is the third report pursuant to the Treasurer’s Direction under s 95ZE of the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 to the ACCC to formally monitor prices, costs and profits in order to assess the general impact of the carbon tax scheme in Australia.
29 Oct 2014
This is the second report pursuant to the Treasurer’s Direction under s 95ZE of the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 to the ACCC to formally monitor prices, costs and profits in order to assess the general impact of the carbon tax scheme in Australia.
29 Jul 2014
This is the first report pursuant to the Treasurer’s Direction under s 95ZE of the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 to the ACCC to formally monitor prices, costs and profits in order to assess the general impact of the carbon tax scheme in Australia.
1 May 2014

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